Turn up the heat at this year’s Art on Fire Celebration & Auction to benefit the Pittsburgh Glass Center! The September 25 event will take place at American Eagle Outfitters Corporate Headquarters, and will honor Toots Zynsky, a pioneer in the studio glass movement. Zynsky’s heat-formed filet de verre (glass thread) vessels are known across the world for their daring and vivid hues. Says the artist, “When I hear music, it translates into color.” Attendees can peruse more than 100 pieces of one-of-a-kind glass art from renowned and local glass artists, and bid on their favorites. New this year, the bidding is all digital, allowing guests to browse, watch, and place bids, while also making payments and donations to the Pittsburgh Glass Center. The event, co-chaired by Mary Louise and Doug Fowkes, attracts nearly 500 guests each year and raises a portion of the organization’s operating funds. We’re sure this evening will be a fiery success! — Molly Doehring

→ For tickets, call 412.365.2145 or visit pittsburghglasscenter.org.

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